Saturday, 15 October 2016
We now have a 48 minute rough cut of our documentary about Joe Aswat.
Joe was a remarkable woman who died of cancer earlier this year, 9 months after completing the London Marathon. Joe was running to raise money for Cancer Research UK.
Our film documents Joe's life with cancer alongside her completion of the marathon. The film details the treatment that gave her an extra 5 years of life with her family.
We are now seeking the funding to complete the film to broadcast standard.
Tuesday, 29 March 2016
Just a simple matter of shooting these four from the TV Workshop stable, as they improvised their way from London to Notts Contemporary via St. Pancras and a busy commuter train.
They play Lord Byron and his mates returning from a "Grand Tour" of Italy - reacting to modern day transport systems ! Mad.
Thursday, 25 February 2016
We have been working on Trace Program at the FLO Skate Park by the river in Nottingham.
Trace Programme is an exhibition and events programme curated by Ruth Angel Edwards and hosted by Inspirational Living.
Our main responsibilty was building the bar (entirely out of scrap material from the carpark !)
We also took loads of photos - some of which you can see by clicking on the image above.
We loved making the bar - Anyone out there who wants a bar and DJ booth constructing we are now experts. Get in touch - you may recognise the bar lights from our short film The Game Show and our award winning music video Conscript Me
Thursday, 14 January 2016
SightHound Films are back on the case with the Joe Aswat Doc. Joe had a set back prior to Christmas. The image above shows her in the Queens Med Nottingham, 2 days after having another tumour removed. This time it was in her spine. She was home the following day, in time for her youngest daughter's birthday party.
Tuesday, 13 October 2015
We are about to start work on a great new project with the Additive Manufacturing and 3D Printing Research Group at Nottingham University.
Using a documentary style, we will be putting together a short ProMo film for them.
Sunday, 13 September 2015
The exhibition links to "I Believe in Miracles", a Nottingham made film which opens nationwide in October. The film, directed by Jonny Owen and produced at Antenna, offers a window into the glory years, when Forest won two successive European Cups under the legendary Brian Clough and Peter Taylor.
Thursday, 9 July 2015
Well, we had a week off at Glastonbury. Actually we were working for the Info team providing assistance to all those festival go-ers blown away by the experience of Glastonbury, and needing a little one to one with a face rather than a phone - if its still working that is!
Now its back to work on a number of fronts
A new music video for Scott Ballard, to follow our award winner from earlier this year
Lots more to do on the Joe Aswatt doc.
And a new exciting academic project with Added Scientific at Nottingham University.
But if you want to check out a few more of our Glasto photo's they're not the usual Glasto fare. The Info team after hours - just click on the image above.